The Sheriff’s Foundation has created a way for you to rid your yard of unwanted vehicles and receive a tax break for doing so. Schroeder’s Towing, 3512 Bush River Road, has partnered with the Richland County Sheriff’s Foundation to raise funds for necessary equipment, calling it “Scrappin for the Law”.
The foundation assists deputies with the purchase important lifesaving equipment such as walkie-talkies or protective vests to include K-9. The funds raised will also assist with materials needed to support community policing programs like Kid ID Print, RCSD Bike Patrol, Explorer Post 601, Richland County Educating, And Deterring, Youth (R.E.A.D.Y.), Project H.O.P.E. (Helping Our Precious Elderly), and more.
It is the Foundation’s mission to equip deputies with the tools necessary to perform their duties safely, and enable them to provide effective and efficient protection to Richland County citizens and visitors. Funds raised by the foundation are used to assist families of deputies killed in the line of duty, deputies injured in the line of duty, and deputies who are experiencing hardship due to serious illness or injury.
Chris Schroeder has donated his time and tow-trucks to pick up any unwanted vehicles free of charge. The vehicles will be taken to a scrap yard where the money will generated will be donated to the Sheriff’s Foundation. Each donor will receive a tax relief document/donation receipt for their donation. If you have a vehicle that you would like to donate to Scrappin for the Law you may contact Schroeder’s Towing at 803-343-8519
If you would like to help, tax-deductible contributions can be made to: Richland County Sheriff’s Foundation PO Box 1182 Columbia, South Carolina 29202. For further information contact Joni James, Foundation President [email protected] 803-429-6659